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Company Law

Analysis - guidance - compliance

24 FEB 2014

7722656 CANADA INC (FORMERLY CARRYING ON BUSINESS AS SWIFT TRADE INC) AND BECK v THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY AND OTHERS [2013] EWCA Civ 1662

7722656 CANADA INC (FORMERLY CARRYING ON BUSINESS AS SWIFT TRADE INC) AND BECK v THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY AND OTHERS [2013] EWCA Civ 1662

This is an appeal on points of law arising from a decision of the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) by which it upheld the proposed action and finding in a decision notice of the Regulatory Decisions Committee of the Financial Services Authority ("the FSA") which concluded that the first appellant was guilty of market abuse pursuant to section 118 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 ("the 2000 Act") and that the appropriate penalty for such abuse was a penalty of £8 million (reported in [2013] Lloyd's L.R.(F.C). 381ff).

Gore-Browne on Companies

Gore-Browne on Companies

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Alcock, Birds and Gale on The Companies Act 2006

Alcock, Birds and Gale on The Companies Act 2006

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